Action / Animation / Comedy / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 91%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 93%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 77558


Uploaded By: FREEMAN
December 31, 2021 at 11:05 PM



Wilmer Valderrama as Agustín
Adassa as Dolores
Angie Cepeda as Julieta
María Cecilia Botero as Abuela Alma
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1 hr 42 min
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1.88 GB
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1 hr 42 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MartinHafer 8 / 10

Just act like everything is fine...

"Encanto" is a computer animated film from Disney that must be a disappointment to the studio. After all, it's overall score on IMDB is currently 7.1 (not great compared to many other Disney CGI films) and the reviews are VERY mixed. I think I understand why, as the film is NOT what most viewers would expect. Unlike other Disney CGI films, this one is NOT one I'd recommend to most children as the story is highly metaphorical and not at all cutesy or kid-oriented. Additionally, the songs are nothing like what you'd expect and are not in the least bit singable. Now this might sound like I disliked the movie, but I didn't. I appreciate that it tried to be very different and the animation is simply gorgeous.

The story is about a strange Colombian family. The family all have unusual magical abilities...except for poor Mirabel. But Mirabel sees that something is wrong with the family home...and when she tries to tell her family, they gang up on her and she is a bit of an outcast. What's next? See the film.

I appreciated how much of the story was up to the interpretation of the viewer. However, I could also see this as a problem for SOME viewers...particularly if they come from problematic families. This is because a message you can get from the film is the difficulty folks have living up to expectations. Another is that families in crisis often attack someone who points out this problem. There are probably many other interpretations and messages. As for me, I just loved that the film was unique and tried to be different....very, very different.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 9 / 10


The Madrigals live in a magic house under the protection of an everlasting magic candle. The candle imparts a special power to each one of the Madrigal kids except for Mirabel. She feels left behind. When she has a vision of devastating cracks in the house, her Abuela wants to cover it up and ignore it.

This is a magical movie. I really like these characters and the mystery is interesting. It kept me intrigued and then the movie hits me with that revelation. That's a powerful scene. It's a scene of a reality that is more powerful than most other family-friendly animated movies are willing to go. It's the step that puts this onto another level.

Reviewed by boblipton 6 / 10

A Princess-Free Disney Cartoon Feature

This feature had its songs written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, who also is one of the writers credited with the book. In a hidden valley in Colombia is a prosperous town with a magical family. They live in a magical house, and the grandmother's descendants all have some fantastic ability, like being infinitely strong, or causing immense amounts of flowers to appear out of nowhere. All except Mirabel, who says she's fine with it, and so does everyone else. Still, everyone is terrified that the magic is fading. Mirabel has visions in which she sees the house cracking into dust, and goes on a quest to find her missing uncle Bruno (voiced by John Leguizamo doing an Al Pacino imitation). It's an elaborate and novel mythical thesis, which means the story bogs down a bit until it's all been explained, usually in song. This is probably why I thought the songs improved as the movie continued, with one or two very good ones, particularly "The Miracle is You."

The other issue I had with this movie is the elaborate choreography. In an industry in which green screen, CGI and wire-fu allow real actors to engage in movement that looks cartoonish, what are actual cartoons, even CGI ones supposed to do. The choreography in this one sometimes seems impossible to me, often performed with a flexibility and weightlessness that removes the beauty and achievement from the greatest dancers. It makes me sad that this new, impossible standard is one that people will grow up to expect.

Those cavils from an old grouch aside, this Disney celebrates the magic in ordinary people, has an affirming moral at its end, and shows a revival of the candy box back ground work that Disney led the cartoon factories in during its heyday. It certainly gets its job done.

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